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Diamond Strike on Box Greenlight Matches, 300 Count
|Price:||$5.91 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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- Made in USA
- No lighter fluid needed
- Large Wood kitchen matches are perfect for lighting up the grill or gas stove
This item is available because of the Add-on program
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Made in the USA since 1881, diamond matches are well known for being sturdy and easy to light. Ideal for candles, stoves, grills, fireplaces and campfires, they are the 1 brand of matches and still going strong. These are sourced from 100% aspen wood grown in responsibly managed forests. Diamond is the 1st in the U.S. To be Certified by the forest stewardship council (FSC-c010600) for their responsible environmental management by sourcing only from responsibly managed forests ·green-colored tip signifies sourcing from 100% aspen wood grown in responsibly managed forests ·packaging made from 100% recycled material. matches ·100% aspen wood ·Certified by the forest stewardship council, FSC ·large sized for easier use ·strike on box for easy lighting ·no messy or dangerous lighting fluids.
Top Customer Reviews
They are reliable - every single match in the box easily lit and I don't think I experienced a single failure. The safety feature of striking on the box prevents these matches from being used inappropriately because they won't ignite if struck on most surfaces. They actually need to be in contact with the striking surface of the box in order to catch fire. On my first box, I worried that the striking strips on the sides of the box wouldn't last long enough for every match, but they held up through the whole box and had some power leftover when all the matches had been used.
I am super-satisfied with these matches! Old fashioned wood matches are one of those low-tech basics that every household needs!
I bought these as an "add-on" item - I had assumed that these were a larger quantity than the box you get at the store for a dollar and change. No. Same $1.29 box - for over $5.
The matches themselves are the worst quality wooden matches I have ever had. Half of the matches break when you try to strike them. The ones that don't break, if they light, fizzle out immediately. About 1 in 5 will have a flame that enables you to light a candle or a propane stove.
"Green" poor quality that wastes half of the matches is wasteful and anything but green.
I would like to say I will never buy them again, but like many things nowadays, I may have no choice but to buy them again because there simply are no alternatives.
But I certainly won't buy them here. I'll buy them at the grocery store for 1/4 the price.
Well, let's start with They Just Work. They strike positively, first time, every time. They're long enough to get the job done, not long enough to be awkward and fragile like barbecue matches so often are, and you get 300 to a box. They may not be the Swan Vestas I knew and loved growing up in England, but as long as you're not hiking off into the wilderness they're just as good. Two Technical Thug thumbs up.